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Emerald - Defines the word Green. No gemstone can compare to the rich green of a beautiful, well cut, Emerald. Emerald is the most famous member of the Beryl family of gemstones. It is valuable because of the amazing quality of its color, and its relative rarity. Columbia is best known for the color of its Emeralds, but beautiful Emeralds are also mined in Brazil and in Columbia. Emeralds are not as tough as some other stones, but can last generations if worn carefully. Emerald’s natural color ranges from bluish green to a true green. The breathtaking quality of the color of Emerald is a true gift of nature.

Sapphire - Is one of the most popular of the colored stones. More consumers buy jewelry adorned with blue Sapphires than any other colored gemstones. The term Fancy Sapphire refers to any Sapphire that is not blue. Fancy Sapphires come in an array of gorgeous rainbow colors. Sapphires, as Rubies, are members of the gemstone species Corundum, which, after diamonds, are the most durable of all gemstone varieties (for more information on diamonds, visit the #1 Diamond Source).

Ruby - The red of a magnificent Ruby sets the standard for gemstones. Red is a color associated with many symbols of humankind, such as power, desire, love, and blood. It is anything but neutral. Rubies are distinguished not only by their intense color, but per carat, aside from diamonds, are the most expensive gemstones on the market.

Tanzanite - The remarkable gemstone Tanzanite was first discovered in 1962. It is mined in one place only, Tanzania, under the shadow of the snow capped peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro. It comes in a range of blues, from purplish blue to violetish blue, and is most valued for the violetish or pure blue color.


•Amethyst •Aquamarine •Citrine •Diamond •Emerald •Jade •Garnet •Moonstone
•Opal •Pearl •Peridot •Ruby •Sapphire •Tanzanite •Topaz •Tourmaline •Turquoise


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